In the regal state of Rajasthan, Ranthambore National Park is nestled, keeping the Sawai Madhopur city at 13.5 kilometers away. The reserve is a nurturing dwelling for several different species like sloth beers, caracal, golden jackal, northern plain gray langur, various breeds of dears such chital, chinkara, sambar, and more. But the real essence of royalty touches the sanctuary because Royal Bengal tigers roam here as apex predators. The reserve is prolifically famous as a majestic traveling destination for every forest lover all across the globe. Every year, the forest receives footsteps of large groups of travelers who visit to behold the magical forest via Ranthambore Safari Booking.
To make travelers worshiping the splendor of forests more profoundly, another woodland, National Chambal Gharial Sanctuary, rests just 47.3 km away from the Ranthambore Park. Another renowned tourist spot, this place is in the Sawai Madhopur's Palighat Village. One of India's most gorgeous rivers, the river Chambal has kept this sanctuary at its banks. Back in 1979, for preserving the Gharials (a species of crocodile) found in this area, the government took this place into observation naming it the National Chambal Gharial Wildlife Sanctuary.
In Ranthambore National Park, Marsh crocodile, another crocodile species, can be found, but they are a bit different from crocodiles of the National Chambal Gharial Sanctuary. The Chambal river sanctuary is spread across 425 km area in length while the width of both parts of it is around 2 to 6 kilometers. The forest area is wide enough to partake in three states, including Uttar Pradesh, Madhya Pradesh, and Rajashthan, when Chambal scratches a primary border separating Madhya Pradesh from Utter Pradesh and Rajasthan.
While numerous tourists go for Ranthambore Safari Booking, hoping for a single encounter with the regal tigers, the crocodiles and Gharials leave as National Chambal Sanctuary's prime tourist attention. Besides, this national reserve is also a prolific site for locating the amphibians and other aquatic animals in their usual habitat. Apart from the Gharials, tourists also visit the place for sighting Genetic Dolphins, India's national marine animal.
And when the word "paradise for bird watchers" is uttered, Plai Ghat of the river resonates with extreme significance. The sanctuary is currently embracing way over 316 types of residents and migratory birds. During the winter months, travelers from many parts of the country and the world gather up at the Chambal River banks to witness birds like Sarus crane, Black-necked stork, standard crane, Indian skimmer, common teal, northern pintail, and many other species.
Rajasthan, the place of lords, is truly blessed with the magnificence of Mother Nature. A traveling heart can extract this splendor for quenching his roam wanting soul only by giving a visit to places like Ranthambore National Park or National Chambal Gharial Sanctuary.